25-year-old Will Maher has sent out a clear message there is still more to come from the Red and Whites this season.
The Robins currently sit sixth in the Betfred Super League thanks to easy wins over Leigh Centurions and Salford Red Devils in their previous two home fixtures.
However, not only are the club exceeding expectations but Maher insists there are still areas they can improve on.
He said “I think the outset from pre-season, there was a really good vibe from the team.
“Training was tough but at the same time the skill level was really high and I was excited at the time to be brought in and it is all coming together nicely now.
“I do not think we have peaked yet. I think we are in a really good position to keep growing as a team and I am really hopeful will be in and around that top six towards the back end of this season.”
Next up for the Robins is a tough trip away to Wigan Warriors this Friday, their first match after two weeks absence and also the very first time the hosts welcome back their home supporters.
However, though Maher is viewing this game like no other, he is excited by the competition for places as team mates George Lawler, Jordan Abdull and Dean Hadley all shrugged off injuries plus Albert Vete returns to the squad.
“The competition for places is needed,” Maher added. “It helps improve me and to not sit back and rest on your laurels.
“It helps us as individuals get better and in turn helps the team get better and that is good to have as it gets the best out of us.”